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Global Research Workshops on Freelancing and Self-Employment 2016 Presentations

December, 2016
This document is a collection of the presentations provided at the Global Research Workshops on Freelancing and Self-Employment 2016, held 24-25 November 2016 at Brighton Business School, UK.

The Handbook of Research on Freelancing and Self-Employment

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November, 2015
The Handbook of Research on Freelancing and Self-Employment is a single source book providing researchers, practitioners, managers, policy makers and students with key research on freelancing and self-employment by the leading scholars in the field across business studies, law and economics.

Global Research Workshops on Freelancing and Self-Employment 2015 Presentations

Various
November, 2015
This document is a collection of the presentations provided at the Global Research Workshops on Freelancing and Self-Employment 2015, held 26-27 November 2015 in London.

Introduction: A Freelancing and Self-Employment Research Agenda

November, 2015
This introduction chapter to The Handbook of Research on Freelancing and Self-Employment provides an overview of the content of the book and outlines a research agenda on freelancing.

The Use and Value of Freelancers: The Perspective of Managers

November, 2015
An overview of the various means through which executives and entrepreneurs in Great Britain perceive freelancers as adding value to their businesses. This is chapter 1 of the Handbook of Research on Freelancing and Self-Employment.

The Economic Value of Different Types of Solo Self-Employed: A Review

November, 2015
A review of the literature on solo self-employment focusing on prevalence, characteristics and economic contributions. This is chapter 7 of the Handbook of Research on Freelancing and Self-Employment.

The Role of Freelancers in the 21st Century British Economy

November, 2012
The report explores the use of freelancers, and how effective they are in adding value, in 23 firms comprising a mix of corporations and SMEs. These businesses are drawn from some of the major industries driving the British economy including manufacturing, information and communications, financial services, and professional, scientific and technical activities.